We’ve tallied up your nominations and voting for the 2011 Seattle Web

We’ve tallied up your nominations and voting for the 2011 Seattle Web Awards is now open!This year, we’re looking for Seattle’s best websites/blogs, apps, Twitter feeds, and Facebook pages in the following categories: News, Food/Booze, Nonprofit, Sports/Fitness, Music, and some special “Reader’s Choice” categories.HOW IT WORKS: Vote for your favorites in each category–voting is open through May 17. In the “Reader’s Choice” category, your votes will determine the winners. Because some nominees have larger communities than others, and therefore more online voting power, your votes will determine the top three contenders in the Arts, Music, Sports/Fitness, Food/Drink, News and Not-for-Profit categories. From these top choices, the judges will choose the winners. And here are our lovely judges:• Top Chef contestant and restaurateur Robin Leventhal (food)• Cal McAllister, co-founder of Wexley School for Girls and winner of the 2010 Seattle Web Award for “Seattle’s Sexiest Web Site” (arts)• Annette Laico, executive director of PAWS, winner of three 2010 Seattle Web Awards (not-for-profit)• local hip hop sensation Spac3man (music)• Elise Woodward, host of KJR’s Elise at Night (sports)• Michelle Esteban, KOMO-TV news reporter (news)• Seattle Weekly web editor Zibby WilderWinners will be announced on SeattleWeekly.com on June 1, with a spectacular celebration soiree to follow.So, what are you waiting for? Stop reading and start voting! Follow The Daily Weekly on Facebook and Twitter.


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